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This week: ARRL Youth Rally at the Dayton Hamvention is a bit hit; ARRL "Strongly Supports" a Petition to Drop 15 dB Restriction for Amateur Radio Amplifiers; The Annual Pre-Hurricane Season WX4NHC Station Test is Saturday, May 28.
In this week’s report: ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, is available for member comments at the Dayton Hamvention; Hamvention grand prize drawing features new LED display; the crew of a sailing vessel is rescued thanks to assistant provided in part by members of the Maritime Mobile Net; IARU becomes the custodian of an Amateur Radio operating and ethics guide; National Parks on The Air Update; more!
This week: ARRL Ham Aid Gear Shipped to Ecuador to Support Earthquake Relief, Recovery; Canadian Radio Amateurs Went on Alert to Assist in Alberta Wildfire Emergency, Evacuations; Rare de Forest Audion Donated to ARRL, Mated with Vintage Radio for Museum Display.
ARRL Audio News for April 15, 2016
ARRL Audio News for April 22, 2016
ARRL Audio News for April 29, 2016.
ARRL Audio News for May 6, 2016
This week: ARRL MF Experiment Coordinator Sees Ongoing Research Role After Hams Gain 472-479 kHz; A New "ARRL The Doctor is In" Audio Podcast Episode is Now Available; Hurricane Watch Net Seeks Net Control Operators
This week: ARRL Asks the FCC to Restore the Balance of Modes on 80 and 75 Meters; "ARRL The Doctor is In" -- the Podcast -- Debuts on April 7; The new "Discover the HF Experience" program Aims to Dazzle Technicians and Newcomers
This week: ARRL Urges the FCC Not to Impose an Overbroad Notification Requirement on 2200 and 630 Meter Operation; ARES, SKYWARN Volunteers Respond to the Flooding in Louisiana;The Boston Marathon Communications Committee Seeks Additional Amateur Radio Volunteers